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Little Whelan’s • Sun 30th April 2023

Do you like well-written songs? Songs with melodies so infectious, there should be a vaccine for them? Songs packed with more hooks than Katie Taylor on a fishing trip? Songs with lyrics so clever they could have a degree in cleverness from Cleverly University? Then you should check out the music of Lorcan Falls; his catchy, witty compositions might just become some of your new favourite tunes. Tonight he’ll perform alongside his talented musical accomplices Roxy and Mark, for a triple treat of guitar, bass, and keyboards!

Lorcan has been performing live and recording for over fifteen years with various acts and in numerous styles, in places as diverse as New York, Ireland, Australia, the UK, and continental Europe. After completing years of travel and self-discovery, he has returned to Ireland and the world of music with a talented new band to perform his personal brand of carefully crafted, genre-blending musical philosophy. In 2021, Lorcan began a diploma in professional musicianship at BIMM Dublin, from which he graduated with a distinction. Lorcan has played two jam-packed headline shows at The Grand Social, and his music has been played on Dublin radio station Phoenix FM. His new single, I Love Mary-Jane (But Mary-Jane Don’t Love Me) is available on Bandcamp, Spotify, and other streaming services now!

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Michael Bealin is a folk songer and multi-instrumentalist from Blessington in Co. Wicklow, inspired by the likes of Neil Young and Gerry Cinnamon. This gig marks his Dublin debut, and audiences are sure to love his deft guitar work, melodic voice and passionate delivery.


€10 available online from Whelan’s – 50c per ticket service charge applies.

Strictly over 18′s, I.D. may be required.